Scandinavia Standard 

Scandinavia Standard ︎
Danish painter Mette Homar creates rich and colorful landscapes on paper, full of dynamic movement and texture.

Her background is as multidimensional as her works; Homar studied ceramics, photography, and graphic design. After working for eight years as a graphic designer in San Francisco and Copenhagen, she changed course and found her preferred medium in painting.

Through color schemes and technique, Homar pays homage to her personal experiences and nature in Jutland, Denmark. By expressing both internal and external experiences through her art, Homar explores the soft spot between the two; a point of emergence. Unconstrained by slow processes, Homar’s landscapes become vibrant and work as a gentle reminder of the subjectivity we bring to our experiences.

We spoke to Danish painter Mette Homar about her background, the development of her style, and why she paints landscapes: